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This reality show on Velocity takes place in Mark Worman's collision shop in Springfield, OR. The show centers around the passion Worman has for locating, researching, and restoring vehicles. Each episode features Worman giving his thoughts about the day to day operations of his business and he does not hold back on opinions.

Car enthusiasts are treated to a start from finish look at restoring cars. Some of the episodes feature the car's owners. Other times the work that the crew at Worman's shop do, along with Worman, to restore the vehicles. The best known project of the series is a 1971 Plymouth Phantom 'Cuda that got the entire series launched. The car was wrecked in 1980 and suffered severe damage. The 'Cuda was up on blocks for over twenty years being sold part by part. In 2008, Worman found the car and wanted to do a full restoration. The idea for the "Graveyard Carz" series was born when Worman approached the car's owner and reached an agreement to document bringing the car from the graveyard back to life.

Thursday 10:00 PM et/pt on Velocity
5 Seasons, 46 Episodes - Currently Airing
June 14, 2012
Automotive, Comedy, Family, Reality, Talk & Interview
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Graveyard Carz Full Episode Guide

  • In the season 4 finale, witness the completion of the Burnt Orange 1970 Hemi Charger R/T. While Dave Rea races to finish its assembly, Mark prepares for his biggest and most public reveal yet.

  • The Ghouls restore the Burnt Orange 1970 Hemi Charger R/T. Starting from the ground up we reveal the tear-down, body work, paint, assembly line markings, drive train installation and the first firing of the Hemi inside this car in over 33 years.

  • Mark and the GYC Ghouls completely restore the 1970 Plum Crazy 440 Dodge Challenger V-Code. The team reveals every phase of the restoration and do a side by side comparison against the 2014 Dodge Challenger.

  • Mark is joined by Tony D'Agostino, as they pick apart, analyze, and argue over some of the rarest Mopars in the world. Deciding if a Daytona survivor should be restored or left original and if a Hemi Charger is a real NASCAR program car.

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